- v. present participle of move forward.
“- The ARF needs to keep moving forward in practical and effective ways, and ARF member states need to give close attention to fostering the ARF's forward-looking agenda.”
“Fine," Ferrol said shortly, moving forward to take his place at the command station and keying for status readouts.”
“The London Conference has underlined the resolve of the Afghan Government and the international community to moving forward on the basis of an integrated military, civilian and political strategy, bolstered with additional resources.”
“Governor Rhodes announced—though Neil himself had yet to be consulted—that the State of Ohio would be moving forward with plans to build a Neil Armstrong Museum in Wapakoneta.”
“Since then the driver had been moving forward in a sort of zigzagging progression, like tacking a sailboat-that image may have come to mind because I could smell salt water, but it was nevertheless apt.”
“In the remainder of this century and the early decades of the century to come, I think that we will see neurobiology, neuropharmacology, biogenetics, psychiatry, and medicine moving forward in close coordination to reduce the devastating behavioral and social costs of faulty brain function.”
“Early in 1985, encouraged by such preliminary results, I initiated talks with Matrix Technologies, Inc., in Houston, Texas, now a division of NeuroGenesis, Inc., seeking their assistance in moving forward with clinical studies.”
“In addition, we would like to thank Greg Dinkin and Frank R. Scatoni, agents at Venture Literary, who went to extraordinary lengths to keep the momentum of this project moving forward at times when our energy was flagging.”
“Johnson's on the road by Bartlett's Mill; and while the troops were moving forward I rode to meet General Lee at Verdierville, in accordance with a request from him to that effect.”
““I mourn for lost comrades,” Carol said, moving forward and nodding to Tanek and Sirajaldin.”
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